Neverwinter Nights: EE - Patch 8193.26


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October 18, 2006
Lucky Day spotted patch 8193.26 for Neverwinter Nights: EE:

Patch 8193.26 Arrives for Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition!

Greetings, dear players and creators!

Patch 8193.26 for Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition arrives today! The update includes dozens of features and fixes -- plus adds two epic adventures to our trove of curated community content!

Check out full patch notes below!

Patch Highlights

  • New curated community content available! | Our new game launcher continues to grow! Two remarkable modules, Against the Cult of the Reptile God by Rich Barker, and Eye of the Beholder 1 & 2 by Rick Francis are now available to download with a single click!
  • Curated community content now playable in Multiplayer | The new curated content UI is now available when running multiplayer games
  • Polished fonts | Based on player feedback, we've spent some time improving font rendering!
  • Renderer | Many more performance and stability/compatibility improvements
New Curated Content Releases

We're proud to announce two new curated content adventures, released in full cooperation with their authors.

With the latest update, you can also play them in multiplayer-- and Eye of the Beholder by Rick Francis was designed to do just that. So gather your friends, and play the thrilling remake of the classic 1991 release from Strategic Simulations, Inc.

Or perhaps you're in the mood to dive into early tabletop AD&D nostalgia? Against the Cult of the Reptile God, by Rich Barker adapts the novice-series module into a smart, single-player dungeon crawl!

More information.
Oct 18, 2006
A hotfix was added to fix a savegame problem with with one of the curated content?

It's on .27 now.

Speaking of Curated Content, I have to say I love the new opening GUI. Modules can sorted according to last modified and are in nice columns including a new one for the curated content.

The options are really easy to use now with TTF fonts.

I've been doing some crazy things with them lately

Though adding color to the entire tlk file is likely to break things.
Oct 19, 2006
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